People Who Help Us

FP

Lesson Description

A variety of visual aids props and stories helps pupils to identify the five services that can help them during an emergency. Through role play they practise making 999 calls and teach Tarian what they have learned.

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5a-JacksDay-Film-EN
Video for Windows
Video for Mac and HD

Safe Haven (S)

FP

Lesson Description

This lesson sensitively introduces the concept of domestic abuse. Through the use of role-play, story time and other interactive activities, it helps children explore and understand difficult emotions. The lesson also highlights the importance of talking to a trusted adult if they feel unsafe or uncomfortable.

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Playing Safe (S)

FP

Lesson Description

Using a variety of visual aids, props and a story the lesson helps pupils to identify safe places to play and reinforces the importance of always telling a trusted adult where they are.

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Friend or Foe

LKS2

Lesson Description

The lesson raises awareness with pupils that it’s not possible to tell what a person is like just by their appearance. It helps identify potentially dangerous situations and explores coping strategies. A short DVD called Anwen’s Story highlights the importance of talking to a trusted adult if they feel unsafe or uncomfortable.

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Stay SMART (S)

LKS2

Lesson Description

Stay SMART is a new lesson for 7 to 9-year olds, raising awareness of important safety and privacy issues when chatting or playing online.

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Be Cyber Safe

UKS2

Lesson Description

This lesson focuses on a young girl who unwittingly becomes a victim of cyberbullying. The DVD illustrates the vulnerability of children to this form of bullying and the impact it can have on their lives. The lesson highlights the problem and promotes discussion and debate around the issue.

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5a. Internet true life stories

Picture This! (S)

UKS2

Lesson Description

In this lesson pupils learn about the positive uses of mobile phones. They watch a DVD about a character called Esther who makes a short film using a camera phone. Unfortunately things go wrong and Esther finds herself in trouble. Through discussion and use of interactive resources, pupils explore the consequences of mobile phone misuse, how to avoid things going wrong and who can help if they do.

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The Right to Be Safe (S)

UKS2

Lesson Description

This lesson focuses on all children and young peoples' right to feel safe. Through class activities and group work pupils are asked to consider various safe and unsafe situations, how risks can be reduced, and who they can turn to if they need help or support.

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